Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
Early Views of India - Crepescule
de Gournay

Early Views of India - Crepescule

DG-649913

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Dimensions: These de Gournay wallpapers are produced as panels in any height up to 4.3m. Total panel length is 0.60 more than the chosen design height when ordering via the straight run method and 0.30m more than your wall height when ordering via the tailored method. These wallpapers are 0.915m wide after trimming except where marked. Customisation of design elements, colourways and panel heights are fully available though subject to additional charge.

Collection: Panormique

Details: The original design by de Gournay is based upon the fabulous hand coloured aquatints of the Royal Academician Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell published in stages between 1795 and 1808 and later as a collection in their famous volume “A Picturesque Voyage to India by way of China”. Together they spent 9 years in India creating studies and sketches before returning home to give the British public their first images of this exotic sub continent and in doing so sparked the cult of Indian architecture and design that led ultimately to the construction of the Brighton Pavilion.

 

Installation 1: Early Views of India design in Eau Forte colourway on antiqued scenic Xuan paper. Interior design by Ruthie Sommers. Photography by Francesco Lagnese.
Installation 2: Early Views of India design in Crepescule colourway on scenic paper. Portobello Hotel, London.
Installation 3: Early Views of India design in Eden design colours on Deep Rich Gold gilded paper. Interior design by Martin Brudnizki. Photography by James Mcdonald.
Installation 4: Early Views of India design on Eau Forte antiqued scenic Xuan paper. Interior design by Benjamin Dhong Interiors. Photography by Lisa Romerein.
Installation 5: Early Views of India design in Paille design colours on Crystal Grey scenic paper. Interior design by Miles Redd. Photography by Simon Upton.
Installation 6: Early Views of India design in Verdoyant colourway on scenic paper. Photography by Ngoc Minh Ngo.
Installation 7: Early Views of India design in Paille design colours on Crystal Grey scenic paper. Interior design by Rumana Swinton design. Photography by Niall Clatton
Installation 8: Early Views of India design in Eau Forte colourway on antiqued scenic Xuan paper. Interior design by Henrietta Spencer-Churchill.

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Early Views of India - Crepescule

DG-649913

de Gournay
Dimensions: These de Gournay wallpapers are produced as panels in any height up to 4.3m. Total panel length is 0.60 more than the chosen design height when ordering via the straight run method and 0.30m more than your wall height when ordering via the tailored method. These wallpapers are 0.915m wide after trimming except where marked. Customisation of design elements, colourways and panel heights are fully available though subject to additional charge.

Collection: Panormique

Details: The original design by de Gournay is based upon the fabulous hand coloured aquatints of the Royal Academician Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell published in
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Early Views of India - Crepescule

DG-649913

de Gournay
stages between 1795 and 1808 and later as a collection in their famous volume “A Picturesque Voyage to India by way of China”. Together they spent 9 years in India creating studies and sketches before returning home to give the British public their first images of this exotic sub continent and in doing so sparked the cult of Indian architecture and design that led ultimately to the construction of the Brighton Pavilion.

 

Installation 1: Early Views of India design in Eau Forte colourway on antiqued scenic Xuan paper. Interior design by Ruthie Sommers. Photography by Francesco Lagnese.
Installation 2: Early Views of India design in Crepescule colourway on scenic paper. Portobello Hotel, London.
Installation 3: Early Views of India design in Eden design colours on Deep Rich Gold gilded paper. Interior design by Martin Brudnizki. Photography by James Mcdonald.
Installation 4: Early Views of India design on Eau Forte antiqued scenic Xuan paper. Interior design by Benjamin Dhong Interiors. Photography by Lisa Romerein.
Installation 5: Early Views of India design in Paille design colours on Crystal Grey scenic paper. Interior design by Miles Redd. Photography by Simon Upton.
Installation 6: Early Views of India design in Verdoyant colourway on scenic paper. Photography by Ngoc Minh Ngo.
Installation 7: Early Views of India design in Paille design colours on Crystal Grey scenic paper. Interior design by Rumana Swinton design. Photography by Niall Clatton
Installation 8: Early Views of India design in Eau Forte colourway on antiqued scenic Xuan paper. Interior design by Henrietta Spencer-Churchill.

jerrypairflorida.com | Phone: 1.800.642.7247 / Email: infoflorida@jerrypair.com